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  1. 1. Speaker # 1: Chef Wenna S.Mayordomo
  2. 2. How do personal/ internal factors influence your career?
  3. 3. Objectives: At the end of the module, you will be able to: 1. explain the understanding of the concepts of career and life goals can help in planning your career, 2. identify the personal factors influencing career choices, and 3. take a self-assessment tool to know your personality traits and other personal factors in relation to your goals.
  5. 5. LET’S PLAY A GAME Motivation: Agree or Disagree
  6. 6. Myth 1: Arts/humanities majors usually are unemployable after college
  7. 7. Fact: Skills matter in every stream
  8. 8. Arts majors are employed in a wide range of careers. Although Humanities graduates sometimes take more time finding a “nitche” in the working world/its usually because they don’t know what they can or want to do. So do not assume that a certain stream will open up your opportunities for the future.
  9. 9. Myth 2: Selecting what’s ‘hot’ at the moment is safe
  10. 10. Fact: What’s hot today may not necessarily be 10/20 years later
  11. 11. Selecting a major or pursuing a career just because its hot can be dangerous. But career satisfaction involves far more than simply being able to do a particular job– it requires interest, commitment and passion. Therefore, you are much firmer ground when you select a career goal that genuinely interest you
  12. 12. Myth 3: Career assesments/ counselors will not be of any use for me
  13. 13. Fact: You must know what your aptitude is before choosing a career
  14. 14. Assessments would provide a clear Idea as to ones aptitude, strengths and weakness and their mental capabilities, which aids in selecting a career, but thorough brainstorming with the career counselor who can chalk out various career options base on the match between a student profile and the career. Of course its up to you whether you want to pursue what the counselor advices you to. But do not skip this step.
  15. 15. Myth 4: if X is happy in a particular field, I will be happy too
  16. 16. Fact: You are not X
  17. 17. Everyone is different and what works for one person wont be necessarily for another, even if that other person is someone with whom you have a lot in common. If there’s a career that interest you, try and get more description, the details, the skills and demand of the career. Then match the description with your traits and then make a choice. Be aware that what you like may not be necessarily be a good fit for you.
  18. 18. Myth 5: If I wait long enough, luck will eventually bring me to the right career
  19. 19. Fact: Procrastination is no substitute for laziness
  20. 20. It is unlikely that you will just “bump into” the occupation that will perfectly match your skills and interest. The more information you gather about yourself and the occupations you are considering, the more likely it is you will make a wise career decision. Don’t be like someone who is unhappy because of no careful planning.
  21. 21. Myth 6: Making a lot of money will make me happy
  22. 22. Fact: The ingredients of fulfilling career also includes passion and commitment to growth
  23. 23. While salary is important , it isn’t the only factor you should look a when choosing a career. Countless surveys have shown that money does’nt necessarily lead to job satisfaction. For many people enjoying what they do at work is much more important.
  24. 24. Myth 7: Once I choose a career I’ll be stuck in it forever
  25. 25. Fact: You are too old to switch careers
  26. 26. NOT TRUE. If you are unsatisfied in your career for any reason, you can always change. Many people do change careers several times over the course of their lifetimes.
  27. 27. Myth 8: If I change careers my skills will be wasted
  28. 28. Fact: Being multi-skilled allows you to learn and adapt accordingly
  29. 29. It is true that certain jobs require some specialized skill set. But note that your mostly jobs requires a common type of skills which most of the individual posses. Your skills are yours to keep. You may not use them in the exactly same way, but they won’t be wasted.
  30. 30. Myth 9: I will decide after the results are out
  31. 31. Fact: Impulsive decisions lack planning and direction
  32. 32. Having a sound academic background always proves beneficial while making a career. The two years of junior college (11 and 12) are very essential as they form a base for a particular career. One cannot ignore the knowledge gain while studying. Planning in advance prepares you better to deal with the if –and-or situations better.
  33. 33. Myth 10: I love this hobby, but I don’t think I can make money out of it
  34. 34. Fact: If you love what you do, you will not feel like you are working
  35. 35. If your hobby becomes a career, then there’s nothing stopping you from being satisfied in your job and life. So go ahead, and make a wise choice!
  36. 36. Processing: 1. What was the easiest/difficult statement to decide on? Why? 2. What made you agree/ disagree with the statements? 3. What or who influenced you in making a decision as to whether to agree or disagree on the statements read?
  37. 37. Activity: THE CAREER WHEEL
  39. 39. A career is defined as the combination and sequence of roles played by a person during the course of a lifetime ( Super, 1980) Your career basically dictates a lot of things in your life- it can determine the kind of lifestyle that you will be leading, the quality of relationships that you have with people around you like your family and friends, the kind of balance you will be able to keep with your life and your responsibilities.
  40. 40. Job Occupation Skills and abilities Personality and interest Life roles Race and ethnicity Family Gender